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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has again warned Nigerians to stop mishandling naira notes by squeezing, spraying and selling them as any of these acts according to the law will attract a fine of not less than N50,000.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), in order to sustain stability in the banking sector and the foreign exchange market, has injected $210m into the system with each dealer in the wholesale sector receiving N100m allocation.
A total of 395 physically challenged persons have been elected into various positions during the just concluded ward and local government congresses of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Katsina state
The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, April 11, slipped against the American Dollar and Pound at the parallel market. The local currency dropped one point to close the day at N363/$1 from the previous rate of N362/$1.
The Nigerian Naira on Monday, April 9, retained its new strengthened rate at the parallel market against Dollar. The local currency trades at N362, N505 and N443 against the Dollar, Pound Sterling and Euro respectively.
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